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Old Mill of Guilford

The Guilford Mill was built in roughly 1767 not far from Greensboro, North Carolina. Local legend holds that British troops seized the mill during the Revolutionary War. It is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places and continues in operation today. Stone-ground corn, wheat, and other grains can be purchased in a shop inside the mill.










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30 comments:

  1. It's good to see that the old mill is still in business Sue. There's a town in England named Guildford (note the D). I wonder if that is significant?

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  2. It’s a wonderful serie of pictures. And the quote gives good explanations.
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  3. Thanks for this wonderful serie of pictures and for the explanation. If you want to read my posts in french you may use deepL translator. Itns free and far better than the google one.

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  4. Oh, that's fantastisc. I worked in an old mill, it is a Museum, where we made paper! Thank you for sharing. It is a great pleasure.

    Stay healthy and well, der blogfriend.

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  5. It's good that mills are still around, we don't have here of course but they are a good reminder of history.

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  6. What a wonderful store to browse, you dont find many of these kind of stores any more,its great that it is part of a museum.
    Stay well and Have a lovely week!

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  7. What an interesting and historical mill to visit.

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  8. Such a historic mill, luckily still around...

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  9. Lovly - it's great it's stull functional

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  10. Old mills are fascinating.

    Fabulous photos as always, Sue.

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  11. A real treasure, glad, that it is saved.
    Greetings from Germany

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  12. Wow - these places are so fun!
    Thank you for hosting!

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  13. When we lived in VA, I used to like visiting places like this. I'll have to remember to to do it again here in CT...yep, thanks for the reminder!!...jp

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  14. I like these places so old and still functional! Lovely images!
    Happy WW and thank you for the linky!

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  15. I would love to go there and explore and then shop for so many goodies in the store. Delicious.

    Thank you for hosting the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  16. I like old mills. The technology is impressive.

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  17. That's so cool. I love that it is still in operation!

    Thank you for hosting, Sue. I hope you are doing well.

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  18. Oh wow, very interesting. Love the pictures too. Thank you for sharing!

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  19. I was surprised that the mill is in the "new" world, I thought it was one from the Netherlands !

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  20. Amazing! How beautifully restored and still in operation.

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  21. Thank you for sharing always such wonderful and captivating images, sweet friend, and for hosting, as well!
    Wishing you a most lovely month of December
    XO Daniela at ~ My little old world ~ (Dany)

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  22. I enjoy visiting old mills. We have a few nearby.
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  23. What a wonderful place. I would love to visit there. Very nice.

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  24. That is spectacular, an old old mill still working today!!

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  25. That is a lovely old mill, and very interesting.

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  26. Fascinating history and beautifully photographed!

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